The Heritage Flight Museums P-51D, "Val-Halla" is a model P-51D painted in the colors of the 57th Fighter Interceptor Squadron based in Reykjavik, Iceland. Bill Anders flew there as a young Lieutenant during the Cold War, with several interceptions of the Soviet Unions "Bear" bomber in his F-89, Scorpion fighter jet. The name "Val-Halla" is drawn primarily from three major factors in Bill's life. First, is his wife Valerie, second, is the fact that as ambassador to Norway, Bill grew to favor the richness of that country's Viking heritage (Val-Halla being Viking heaven), and third, the paint scheme is based on his Icelandic flying squadron's colors, and Iceland is Viking country also.
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